Sketches4All's Hosted Monthly Challenge for November:

For my current/on-going November 2011 "Dessert, Coffee or Tea Inspired By Challenge 1" at Sketches4All, click here.

MIGRATING TO A NEW BLOG:

Please find me at my new blog: Creo by Lady Katutz at http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/

I'll be synchronizing blogposts here ("Let's Get Scrappy!") and at my new blog (Creo by Lady Katutz) from today until December 31, 2011.

By 2012, I'll be leaving this blog and will be residing or continuing my blogging at my new website address.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could drop by and follow me at my new blogging home at http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/

Feel free to leave a comment or feedback as to my new blog home.

Thanks in advance!!

Kath

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Happy Birthday to our National Hero & Belated Philippine Independence Day

I know were celebrating 2 holidays today (June 19):  Father's Day & the Filipinos National Hero's Birthday - Dr. Jose Rizal.  Since I've had dedicated a number of postings in advance to Father's Day,  let me dedicate this post to Dr. Jose Rizal's Birthday and our Philippine Independence Day last June 12.  

For this 2 occasions, I would like to share previously created LOs and a card that is apt for the 2 national holidays:

TITLE: PHILIPPINE CENTENNIAL YEAR

SUPPLIES:  Paper: GCD Studios' Elegant Floral Collection, 3D Border Sticker: Forever In Time Scrapbook Collection, Tropical Flowers: Prima Marketing, Inc., Lace Paper for matting the photo: All About Scrapbooking, Others: White Cardstock for the title, Specialty Papers for journaling matting, computer-printed title, Pen: Parker, Sketch: Inspired Blueprints.

NOTES: In year 2000 being the Philippine Centennial Year,  government employees were requested to go on a centennial leave to visit historical sites in our country to commemorate the said event.  We were to report back to our office after and submit a photo of ourselves at the historical site as proof.  Our officemates and I had a grand time visiting Intramuros and the statue of our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, at the Luneta Park.

JOURNALING:  statue of our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, at the Light and Sound at the Luneta Park


TITLE: EXPO FILIPINO'S BAHAY KUBO

SUPPLIES:  Paper: SEI, Bo Bunny, Bracket: Stack ‘Em (Spring Collection), Journaling Pen: Parker, Marker:  Artline, Ink Pads: All About Scrapbooking, Rubber Stamps:  Papelmelroti, Sketch: Brenshevia Baker of Colorful Creations.

DESIGN NOTES:  I prepared a simple LO depicting the simple way of life during the early Philippine times as depicted by the native house in our photo which was on exhibit at an Expo years back.  I've added a journaling literature and native Filipino stamping on my layout for a more Filipino feel.


TITLE: PHILIPPINES or FILIPINO Card

SUPPLIES:  Photo Corners: Stack 'Em (Spring Collection), Acrylic Stamps: Studio G, Rubber Stamp: Papelmelrotti, Other: Cardstock.

NOTE: THE LAST 2 CREATIONS, I'VE SUBMITTED TO PRACTICAL SCRAPPERS' STAMPING CALL.

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